Courtney Rile

is known as a filmmaker and arts entrepreneur.  Rile was raised in the Philadelphia area where she started working as a professional video editor. She graduated from Syracuse University with a degree in Video Art and went on to work as an experimental filmmaker and still photographer across feature films, documentaries and production companies in four states.  She served for 4 years on the board for the Syracuse International Film Festival and currently sits on the board for the Society for New Music.  You will find she has an engaging smile and easy personality.

Rile’s video art and photography has been shown in Syracuse, NY, at The Everson Museum of Art, Roji Tea Lounge, Gear Factory, Spark Contemporary Art Space, Light Work, GallerY, as part of the Syracuse International Film Festival, Syracuse One Take Super 8 Event, broadcast on Manhattan News Network in NY, NY, and shown internationally in London, UK at Lounge Gallery & Studios and in Seville, Spain as part of the VIII Festival Audiovisual zemos98.

Throughout the last decade, Rile has also worked as an art exhibition coordinator, director of communications, curator of visual and media arts, journalist, adjunct professor and guest speaker. She continues to organize art exhibitions and other interesting events alongside her work with Daylight Blue.

More:

Courtney on LinkedIn

Salt City Urban Art & Craft Market (Annual Event in October)

Learn about Price Check, a curatorial research project (2009 – 2012)

Read about Courtney’s Around the World travels (2009)

Learn about Contemporary Gallery (2008)

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